New portable oil in water analyser

Quantitech has launched a new portable infrared oil in water analyser, the InfraCal 2. Based on the original highly popular InfraCal, the latest version offers a host of new features such as multiple calibrations, lower detection limits, faster analysis, data logging and a new touch screen with security features.

The InfraCal2 has been developed for applications such as sub-ppm detection of oil in water, including the measurement of fats and grease.

Providing easy, reliable, measurements in typically less than one minute, the InfraCal 2 is also a rugged, sturdy piece of equipment with a very low maintenance requirement. The ability to produce accurate readings in the field offers users a number of important benefits including faster results, lower costs per tests and it avoids the problems associated with preserving samples during transport. Costs are lower in comparison with a laboratory FTIR Spectrometer, but also because sample transport costs are avoided.

 
Key features include:

  • Simple to operate
  • Sensitivity improved tenfold
  • Detection limit 0.1 ppm
  • Complies or compares with standard methods
  • Multiple calibrations stored
  • All results stored and tagged with sample details
  • Touch screen display
  • Password protection for calibrations and results
  • Portable and lightweight
  • Operates from an internal battery

Commenting on the launch of the InfraCal2, Quantitech’s Dominic Duggan says: “Over 3000 InfraCal instruments have been sold worldwide, so the technology is well-proven, but with a raft of new features, the InfraCal2 is faster and easier to use.”


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